Master the basics of fundamental analysis of stocks with our interactive live classes. Learn how to perform the company’s stocks fundamental analysis and help to find profitable stocks.
About Live Web Classes on Fundamental Analysis
Many investors and traders trade in the share market without knowing the reasons behind the charts. Making stock market predictions based on just looking at the graphs is not enough. A smart trader interprets the reasons behind the price movement. It is vital to understand the reasons behind the moving prices. By joining IFMC online courses on fundamental analysis of stock, we will teach skills required to predict the financial market movements with the tools regarding fundamental analysis.
There are 26 modules to explore, all taught by IFMC Institute expert faculty members packed full of theoretical and practical exercises with real-world examples that will prepare you to turn knowledge into practice. The classes on fundamental analysis are suitable for beginner level investors and traders.
In this live classes you will learn:
- What is the fundamental analysis of stocks?
- In depth understanding of fundamental analysis
- Different tools and techniques to do fundamental analysis
- Understanding company analysis, economic analysis, and industry analysis
- How to interpret company’s financial statement
- How to pick up profitable stocks
Who is this course for?
- Stock Analyst
- Stock Brokers
- Portfolio Managers
- Research Analyst
- Investment Consultant
- Face to face interactive sessions
- Doubt clearing sessions
- Experience faculty
- Easy to understand the language
- Theoretical and practical knowledge
Only Limited Seats Available*
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Batch Starting From 09th January 2021
Introduction of Fundamental Analysis and Difference Between Fundamental Analysis and Technical Analysis.
Factors that affect Fundamental Analysis.
What is EMH
Time Value of Money.
Interest Rate or Discount Factors
Beta and Sharpe Ratio
Type of Management (Part 1)
Type of Management (Part 2)
Type of Management (Part 3)
Understanding Financial Statements (Part 1)
Understanding Financial Statements (Part 2)
Understanding Financial Statements (Part 3)
Understanding Financial Statements (Part 4)
Understanding Financial Statements (Part 5)
Annual Report, Director Report, Cash Flow and Note to accounts
Part of Financial Statement, Bonus Issue, Right Issue, Reserve and Inventory
Secured and Unsecured Loans, Interest and Finance Charge
Comparable and common size financial statements
Example of Distressed Companies
Book Value, Net worth
Evaluation Methodology – Part 1,
Evaluation Methodology – Part 2
Relative Valuation & case Study
Evaluation Methodology – Part 3
Cash Conversion cycle
Gordon Growth Model
Evaluation Method of Different Sectors